Bal de cour au palais de Buckingham (Court ball in Buckingham Palace) Court ball in Buckingham Palace Print,
woodcut 1903 19.8 x 32 cm Illustration for the article
“Le président de la République à Londres” (The President of the Republic in London)
U.K., France court, ballroom royalty L’Illustration, 3151. Paris, 18/07/1903, p. 41. m4 3
Dance at the court of England
Drawing, manuscript illumination, miniature, color 1450 approximately
France, Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale (MS fr. 74, fol. 1)
The court jester playing a bagpipe leads a couple to a promenade dance.
Dance of peasantry on the lawn at Carton
Print, engraving, wood 1849 15 x 23.5 cm
Royal visit to the Duke of Leinster at Carton, near Maynooth, about 16 miles from Dublin. Her Majesty and party witnessed what we may term a genuine Irish jig, danced to the music of an Irish piper, by several of the Duke’s tenants and their wives and daughters.
Minuet in the throne room
Print, woodcut 1845 17 x 23 cm
In the Throne room, M. Musard, with his orchestra, was stationed, and in this apartment the Queen danced the Minuet de la Cour, Musard’s new quadrille and Polonaise, both composed by command of her Majesty for the occasion. The quadrille is entitled “Quadrille de 1845 de la Cour d’Angleterre, ou Souvenir de 1740 et 50”